[Histonet] new employer

Joe Nocito jnocito <@t> satx.rr.com
Fri Sep 8 05:53:27 CDT 2006

    yes, y'all know I love Fridays. Everyone knows that Histotechs are hard 
to find and good ones are even harder. A manager who has their head on right 
will see what's going on. Unfortunately, some managers are placed in their 
position simply by default because they've been there longer with no 
training what so ever.
    It's sad because we spend at least 1/3 of our lives at work and it 
should be somewhat pleasant. People always carry heavy baggage with them. 
You don't how they were treated in the past. Some managers just treat 
employees bad because that's all they know. It's really sad when the 
doctors, lab director and HR don't do anything. I worked in a hospital like 
that and on my exit interview I had wrote four pages of concerns. It made me 
feel better a minor issue was addressed, but the major concerns were never 
addressed. I know that because I work for the same group of doctors that are 
affiliated with the hospital.
    Depending on your financial situation and the work force where you are 
at, I'd leave ASAP. Your health is more important. You can not constantly 
work under continued stress for the rest of you life.

Good Luck

Histology Manager
Pathology Reference Lab
San Antonio, TX
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Robyn Vazquez" <vazquezr <@t> ohsu.edu>
To: <histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu>; <wsimms <@t> mcintoshclinic.com>; 
<wellborj <@t> mercyhealth.com>
Sent: Thursday, September 07, 2006 3:36 PM
Subject: Re: [Histonet] new employer

It is unfortunate that your manager doesn't see the discrepancies between 
the manual and the way things are done.  Have you told your manager the 
differences and what they are telling you?  Your manager should back you and 
take some action (update manual).  Unfortunately, some managers I SAID SOME 
:>) don't care as long as the tissue gets out and inspections are past.  I 
worked for a lab that I had two other co-workers harass, verbally abused 
(even to the supervisor), emotionally abused me and others and nothing was 
ever done.  It even went as far as the Medical Director and HR.  I felt my 
supervisor really let me down, I was the brunt of their abuse and she still 
did nothing to back me.  I got another job. and happy now!  Okay, I will 
stop, just venting.

Have wonderful weekend


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